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RGKulas
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Anybody know what this is? What its for? What its called?

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Bladepeek
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I've never seen one before, but it's definitely some kind of shear. A guillotine for steel?

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62" Blacktail Snakebit LH 38@28
60" Bear Super K 40#@28
66" Sparrow hawk LH 42@28
54" Java Man Elk Heart LH 43@28
62" Lost Creek Judge RH 44@28
52" Bear KMag LH 45@28
62"/58" RER LXR LH 46/43@28

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kbaknife
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I think they used those for torture in the middle ages.

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When the last deer disappears into the morning mist,
When the last elk vanishes from the hills,
When the last buffalo falls on the plains,
I will hunt mice for I am a hunter and I must have my freedom.
Chief Joseph

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Bladepeek
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That tray is there for a reason. Catching fingers? [Smile]

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62" Blacktail Snakebit LH 38@28
60" Bear Super K 40#@28
66" Sparrow hawk LH 42@28
54" Java Man Elk Heart LH 43@28
62" Lost Creek Judge RH 44@28
52" Bear KMag LH 45@28
62"/58" RER LXR LH 46/43@28

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caleb0100
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I think it the circumcision device they used on my ancestors [scared]
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wood carver 2
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It's a cigar cutter. They've since miniaturized them. [Wink]
Dave.

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" Vegetarian" a Native American term for bad hunter.

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Canadian Idle
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That's in pretty good shape! Wish I still had mine, let it go waaaay too cheap, had wheels and everything. Prett hard on the back, so we had to take turns. Any idea how much to ship to Ontario, Canada, disassembled of course. Thanx,...Lloyd
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Bvas
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Seriously........what is it?
I have been trying to figure it out for a month!!!

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Some hunt to survive; some survive to hunt

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White Falcon
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I have heard that Google has a site where you can post pics and get an answer. I have never uses it, just heard about it.
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